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i scan old pattern books, I would like to make them pdf documents. How can I import a document from the scanner to adobe, with out first scanning it into another program? thanks,t.
Teri Lyons 539 days ago
You need Acrobat (Standard or Pro) to create PDF from the scanner output image files.Adobe Reader cannot do this..Alternatively you could subscribe to Adobe's online service CreatePDF...~~~~~~~~ CreatePDF ~~~~~~~~CreatePDF --| https://www.acrobat.com/createpdf/en/home.htmlCreatePDF user-2-user forum: --| http://forums.adobe.com/community/createpdf.CreatePDF for Mobile user-2-user forum: --| http://forums.adobe.com/community/createpdf_mobile.CreatePDF Support page: --| https://www.acrobat.com/createpdf/en/faq.html.Be well..
Thank you. I checked and I have subscribed to the online services. I didn't realize I had to go that route. I'm trying it out now. Thanks again. t.
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